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It’s Time to Recognize Nagorno-Karabakh’s Independence

 Ghazanchetsots Cathedral in Shushi   On September 27 the world awoke to the calls of yet another regional war, this time in the South Caucasus. Azerbaijan had launched a full-scale attack on Nagorno-Karabakh. The call to battle was loudly heard around the world. And the lives of millions of people are now at stake. Armenians have always mostly populated Nagorno-Karabakh, which they call Artsakh. They have resided there for millennia. Recent excavations of the ancient sophisticated city of Tigranakert , not to mention standing centuries-old Christian monasteries dating as far back as the fourth century, prove this to be true. There really is no debate.    An excavation at Tigranakert, 2011 My personal impressions of the citizens of Nagorno-Karabakh have always been enthusiastic. They are a European society with a rich cultural legacy. They are soft-spoken yet jovial and cordial. They always hold their heads high with dignity and grace. They are renown for their national dish jingalov h

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